Residents Can Now Access an Ontario Disability Support Program Caseworker in Pickering

Caseworkers on-site Friday afternoons until end of year
By Ajax News Advertiser
Saturday, August 19, 2023

A service now offered at the Pickering Public Library means local residents won’t have to travel far to access it.

Community members can now access an Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) caseworker until the end of the year at the Central Library.

The ODSP is a means-tested government-funded program designed to help people with disabilities manage their living expenses and basic needs.

Each week a caseworker from the Oshawa office will be on-site at the Central Library, One The Esplanade, to assist clients. This will break the barrier of Pickering residents needing to otherwise travel to Oshawa to the head office.

Caseworkers will be visiting the branch on Fridays from 1:30 to 4 p.m. and seeing clients at the community table in the lobby. No appointments are necessary.

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